Friday, January 27, 2012

Chilika Stills - IV

Here is the fourth and in all likelihood the last painting of the Chilika stills series. Its gone a bit (Please note I ma not using the word 'little' out here. LOL) dreamy, but I think that is okay. 

I also wanted to inform you that this is that time of year when the annual Chitrsanthe is held. It is a one day rodside art market where more than 1000 artists are expected to take part. And this year again I'll be having a stall there. And as expected from Chitrasnthe I'll be giving my paintings at a good discount. So if you were looking to buy art you could drop in. It is on 29th of this month (Sunday) on Kumarakrupa road from 10 in the morning to 6 in the evening. Please note it is for one day only.

Signing off now. Have to prepare for Chitrasanthe. :)
Have a great weekend.

Title - Chilika Stills - IV
Size - 22x15 inch
Medium - Watercolor on paper

15 comments:

Sandra said...

It's another beautiful painting Prabal. I love the foreground ripples in the water - It gives it so much movement! Good luck with your sale :0)

Studio at the Farm said...

Lovely! The softness is quite different from your usual technique. And I wish you best of luck at Chitrasanthe, Prabal!!

Ramesh Jhawar said...

Nice work, Prabal! All the best for Chitrasanthe :)

John (JWJarts) said...

I like the perspectives and great sense of distance in this one. Very nice. Good luck with the sales.

Gary Keimig said...

so very nice Prabal

Apni Avani said...

Amazing Prabal! I would love to make it to the Chitrasanthe.

Jane said...

Spectacular sea scape, wonderful perspective and beautiful colors as usual!

deepazartz said...

It does look dreamy and I love the movement.
Good Luck for Chitrasanthe...Hope you have a great sales:)

AK said...

Love this work Prabal. All the best... may you sell all your works!

Lydie said...

Have a great week-end too , Prabal ! This last watercolor is very nice.

Pratima said...

Beautifully Painted! and all the best for Chitrasanthe.

Crystal Cook said...

It's just beautiful Prabal! And I like that it's a little dreamy. :))) Love the muted colors in this one too. Best of luck with Chitrasanthe. Wish I could come see you there. :))

Babu Vijayanath said...

Lovely work

M.R. Anand said...

the different hues are so subtle and yet they merge so beautifully! the fishing boats are nicely focussed!

Mike said...

Wow...this is really wonderful!